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List of Austrian composers


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Introduction

This is a list of Austrian classical composers, both real and fictional. The fictional ones are intended to become a reality in a separate timeline or in revised history. However, the names of these composers inserted into this list are largely hypothetical. That is, they may or may not be named as such after history is changed. The names of these composers are highlighted in boldface.

The purpose of the presence of these composers is to make more compositional geniuses out of the people of Austria. European countries, particularly Italy, Spain, France, Germany, Austria, England, and Russia are to be abundant in genius composers since the Renaissance, and America since the Baroque era. These 8 nations are the nucleus of Western classical music and composition, and thus these are the nationalities I choose to focus on.

List
Renaissance (c1386-c1600)

  • Franz Weiser (1354 – 1426)
  • Josef Wehrle (1357 – 1423)
  • Ignaz Luhrmann (1363 – 1436)
  • Thomas Stambach (1367 – 1431)
  • Johann Bohland (1372 – 1441)
  • Franz Rominger (1376 – 1449)
  • Dominik Hornich (1383 – 1450)
  • Benedikt Ramsburg (1388 – 1435)
  • Wilhelm Trautmann (1394 – 1456)
  • Joachim Meyer (1396 – 1464)
  • Johann Feuerstein (1401 – 1471)
  • Georg Ferber (1405 – 1478)
  • Ignaz Preiss (1413 – 1482)
  • Eduard Hallmann (1417 – 1493)
  • Franz Loesch (1421 – 1486)
  • Martin Rader (1427 – 1498)
  • Heinrich Frahmberg (1432 – 1500)
  • Valentin Markel (1438 – 1502)
  • Hans Burkhardt (1443 – 1508)
  • Wilhelm Sieben (1446 – 1513)
  • Paul Pfeiffer (1452 – 1518)
  • Peter Mollenberg (1457 – 1527)
  • Nikolaus Kuhlen (1464 – 1519)
  • Ludwig Winkelmann (1467 – 1536)
  • Christoph Ziebarth (1470 – 1520)
  • Adolf Knickrehm (1477 – 1555)
  • Johann Masse (1482 – 1548)
  • Vinzenz Stormer (1486 – 1557)
  • Georg Neubert (1491 – 1565)
  • Bernhard Matzke (1497 – 1573)
  • Gregor Kanner (1500 – 1565)
  • Klaus Wittenberg (1508 – 1575)
  • Franz Kellermann (1512 – 1584)
  • Josef Woolfberg (1519 – 1589)
  • Johann Platz (1524 – 1597)
  • Michael Lohrke (1527 – 1603)
  • Peter Neuhauss (1533 – 1600)
  • Jakob Leinberger (1537 – 1614)
  • Georg Schmitz (1542 – 1612)
  • Ludwig Meuer (1545 – 1619)
  • Joachim Kurtz (1551 – 1622)
  • Ignaz Wangler (1558 – 1630)
  • Peter Haschke (1562 – 1624)

Baroque (c1600-c1760)

  • Paul Philipp Hauer (1567 – 1633)
  • Martin Gerkin (1571 – 1639)
  • Johann Niemeyer (1574 – 1644)
  • Georg Stenger (1578 – 1647)
  • Thomas Lutz (1582 – 1654)
  • Siegfried Derringer (1587 – 1658)
  • Michael Pagel (1593 – 1662)
  • August Weissmann (1598 – 1659)
  • Paul Oberholt (1602 – 1676)
  • Carl Schmieder (1606 – 1668)
  • Carl Henninger (1612 – 1685)
  • Josef Arndt (1616 – 1682)
  • Johann Anspach (1623 – 1688)
  • Heinrich Guttmann (1627 – 1696)
  • Georg Pankratz (1633 – 1696)
  • Christoph Mahnke (1636 – 1702)
  • Ludwig Erdmann (1640 – 1705)
  • Johann Medel (1646 – 1713)
  • Theodor Krull (1651 – 1703)
  • Georg Reutter (1656 – 1738)
  • Johann Joseph Fux (1660–1741)
  • Franz Xaver Engelmann (1667 – 1729)
  • Christoph Vinzenz Auerbach (1673 – 1757)
  • Wilhelm Peter Siegel (1678 – 1746)
  • Thomas Paul Racker (1682 – 1755)
  • Hermann Eduard Klingenschmidt (1685 – 1748)
  • Franz Carl Habermann (1689 – 1763)
  • Johann Josef Nussbaum (1692 – 1765)
  • Heinrich Stefan Reiss (1696 – 1769)
  • Ludwig Bernhard Vossler (1704 – 1769)
  • Adolf Josef Grunwald (1708 – 1754)

Classical era (c1730-c1820)

  • Franz Paul Wiedemann (1714 – 1782)
  • Georg Christoph Wagenseil (1715–1777)
  • Leopold Mozart (1719–1787)
  • Franz Josef Beckmann (1722 – 1794)
  • Johann Dominik Gundermann (1724 – 1790)
  • Georg Ludwig Schilke (1727 – 1801)
  • Joseph Haydn (1732–1809)
  • Johann Georg Albrechtsberger (1736–1809)
  • Michael Haydn (1737–1806)
  • Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf (1739–1799)
  • Carl Josef Hubler (1741 – 1810)
  • Michael Peter Immelmann (1744 – 1805)
  • Philipp Raimund Luetkemeyer (1748 – 1819)
  • Leopold Rupert Meisel (1751 – 1799)
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 – 1791)
  • Josef Ignaz Aden (1763 – 1812)
  • Franz Xaver Süssmayr (1766–1803)

Romantic (c1800-c1910)

  • Johann Adolf Kinzer (1771 – 1834)
  • Johann Nepomuk Hummel (1778–1837)
  • Benedikt August Dohrmann (1782 – 1838)
  • Josef Rosenbaum (1787 – 1855)
  • Carl Czerny (1791–1857)
  • Franz Schubert (1797–1828)
  • Joseph Franz Karl Lanner (1801–1843)
  • Johann Strauss Sr. (1804–1849)
  • Ludwig Kroegmann (1810 – 1854)
  • Thomas Heisse (1815 – 1884)
  • Anton Bruckner (1824–1896)
  • Johann Strauss Jr. (1825–1899)
  • Ludwig Brombacher (1833 – 1896)
  • Georg Ackermann (1837 – 1905)
  • Franz Keefer (1842 – 1910)
  • Alexander Moretz (1847 – 1917)
  • Johann Harschmann (1851 – 1914)
  • Anton Kaestner (1856 – 1902)
  • Gustav Mahler (1860–1911)

Modern and Contemporary (c1880-????)

  • Franz Valentin Schneider (1863 – 1926)
  • Anton Linnemann (1868 – 1937)
  • Arnold Schoenberg (1874–1951)
  • Fritz Kreisler (1875–1962)
  • Franz Schreker (1878-1934)
  • Anton Webern (1883–1945)
  • Alban Berg (1885–1935)
  • Josef Ottinger (1891 – 1950)
  • Franz Klimburg (1894 – 1963)
  • Johann Koepp (1896 – 1987)
  • Ernst Krenek (1900-1991)
  • Eduard Meckendorff (1906 – 2001)
  • Martin Weissner (1910 – 1997)
  • Paul Kleinert (1917 – 2006)
  • Nikolaus Steinhauer (born 1924)
  • Friedrich Suhr (born 1927)
  • Benedikt Feldmann (born 1932)
  • Robert Ritz (born 1936)
  • Richard Manske (born 1944)
  • Franz Genthner (born 1956)
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